1.) The Grateful Dead Movie’s animated intro is celluloid tryptamine
Animated by Gary Gutierrez, the first 7 minutes of The Grateful Dead Movie feature some of the trippiest visuals you’ll ever see. This is to cartoons what DMT is to psychedelics.
“The Grateful Dead Movie”, was largely the brainchild of Jerry Garcia. It was designed to be a memento for the fans, documenting five days of concerts at Winterland in San Francisco in October 1974.
[via Dangerous Minds]
2.) Rare Psychedelic Pink Floyd Video Collection
Here are some rare Pink Floyd videos I found posted on the internet. There are 10 videos total including Granchester Meadows, Corporal Clegg, Set The Controls For The Heart Of The Sun, Astronomy Domine, See Emily Play, and more! Enjoy!
3.) Sozialstudielles: We All Want To be Young
In den vergangenen 5 Jahren hat das brasilianische Marktforschungsinstitut BOX1824 einige interessante Daten über die “Jugend von Heute” zusammen getragen. Heraus gekommen ist das dokumentarische We All Want to Be Young, ein rund 9-minütiger Rundgang durch Digital Natives, Generation Y, modernen Konsum und, und, und. Written and directed by Lena Maciel, Lucas Liedke and Rony Rodrigues.
4.) Nikita Veprikov
Amazing artworks from Ukrainian illustrator Nikita Veprikov, who has a very impressive characters and conceptual design in 3D illustration.
5.) The Rolling Stones – Angie
This mournful ballad is one of the Rolling Stones‘ best-known and most-loved songs. Spending 13 weeks on the pop chart and hitting the number one spot in America, „Angie“ was a worldwide smash, re-establishing the Stones at the top of the charts after their previous record — the artistic high-watermark Exile on Main St. — suffered a relatively poor commercial performance. Mick Jagger achingly sings about a doomed love: „They can’t say we never tried/With no loving in our souls and no money in our coats/You can’t say we’re satisfied,“ is one of the song’s most memorable lines. Jagger’s soulful vocal performance rises over „whoop“s and shouts and his old „ghost“ guide vocal track, the track that vocalists lay down to steer the musicians through the arrangement in recording. The bleed-through of the scratch vocal into open microphones adds a raw quality to the recording that would normally be cleaned up during big-budget recordings. The inspiration for the lyrics have speculatively been attributed to varied sources: Keith Richards‘ longtime love, Anita Pallenberg; David Bowie’s ex-wife, Angela Bowie; and even David Bowie himself, who Angela claimed to have once found in bed with Jagger. But Keith Richards has noted that soon before he wrote the basic chords and melody for the song, his new daughter, Angela, had been born and the name „Angie“ just fit well into the music… – weiterlesen
[via Lyssa Humana]